Promotion puts Linnets in the National spotlight

May 13, 2019

King’s Lynn Town media officer Mark Hearle has hailed Lynn’s promotion to National level football as one of the club’s finest achievements. 
Speaking after Saturday’s dramatic Super Play-off win at Warrington, Hearle said: “It’s a truly remarkable end to a memorable season. 
“From the lows of the first month or so, the steadying of a rocking ship by Neil Fryatt and Rob Back, Ian Culverhouse’s return and the group of players to get themselves back into contention and the last game of the regular season, coupled with three play-off games in a week it is unbelievable.
“To see the support at Warrington, enjoying every minute of what has happened makes everything worthwhile. 
“I’m pleased for everyone, especially the chairman, who has had so much to deal with in the the last few weeks.”
Hearle also revealed that the club’s social media feeds had gone into overdrive following Lynn’s historic win with ‘hits’ and ‘likes’ for all things King’s Lynn Town reaching high levels.
“Greg (Plummer) and myself could not believe what was happening before our eyes. Twitter and Facebook were in overdrive with our official site receiving loads of views and significant spikes on Saturday evening. 
“Everyone seems to be talking about us at the moment and long may that continue. With us now being able to use National League branding, I expect our stock and interest in the club to continue at a high level.
With the final ball of the season now kicked, work to prepare for National League will begin shortly. 
“We still haven’t had a confirmation that we will be playing in the Northern section but it seems certain that we will be,” said Hearle. 
“There are some small amounts of work to be completed on the ground to meet with Step 2 requirements which are already planned and these will be carried out soon.
“Work on the pitch begins this week with Steve Curtis overseeing the operations. 
“Meetings are already planned to discuss admission fees and pricing for next season and other off-field operations so things will begin to take shape over the next few weeks. 
“My suggestion to our supporters is to keep an eye on all of our official media outlets and partners in the coming weeks for club news and enjoy early summer before we return with the friendly fixtures in July.”



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